HARRISBURG (AP) – The PA Supreme Court is signaling that it may get involved in the process of redrawing the state’s congressional district boundaries. In a 5-2 decision Monday, the high court put a hold on a lower court’s consideration of proposals for a new map and said it would hear arguments on Democrats’ appeals for it to exercise its “extraordinary jurisdiction” in the matter. Commonwealth Court Judge Patricia McCullough has held hearings on competing proposals for new district boundaries after Gov. Tom Wolf and lawmakers deadlocked. Democrats had argued that McCullough should only recommend a map to the high court, not issue an order adopting a particular map that she selects.